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Recognition by Others...

From: Keith Foster Jr., Sent: Sunday, Oct 12, 2014 1:27 pm

Hey Ms Mona and Bro. Williams,

I just wanted to say thank you all for all you have done for me I don't know if you knew how appreciative I am that God used you as a guardian angel in my life to let me know that I always have options in life no matter the circumstances and its the choice I make that have the greatest impact in my life.

I love you and your family I will always see you as family have a blessed day

#Gamechanging #SecondQuarter

Oh and don't ever stop your program...there are more kids like me that need good Men like you!


From: Sydney Cross Sent: Thu, Sep 25, 2014 9:31 am Subject:


Thank you very much!!! You guys have help me so much! I'm truly grateful. I took my ACT September 13th and I just got my score back yesterday and I went up to a 26 from a 23 but that doesn't include the writing portion.


From: Maxine Worthy Sent: Wed, Apr 2, 2014 10:28 am

Subject: Current Programs

Hello again Mr. Williams and Mrs. Mona Williams,

I am Maxine Worthy. A few years ago, your program turned my great-grandson, Javien's life completely around. Javien had been a child at risk. Erick Burnett, a Montgomery County policeman at our church recommended that we contact you and your program for Javien. He wasn't a bad child, he just needed a little push in the right direction. He is one of our camera-men at VCCI and is a graduating senior this year. A couple years ago, I switched to Verizon, changed my email address and phone number and lost many email addresses in my system (yours included).

Thank you again for any information you might have. Respectfully,

Maxine Worthy and Anita Baker *******************************************************************************

From: Rachael Couch Sent: Thu, Oct 2, 2014 10:34 am

Subject: RE: UCF Youth Development - Commission on Children and Youth Vacancies

Good Morning Mr. Williams, Malik was invited to serve on the Montgomery County Children and Youth Commission Board. Thanks for recommending that he apply and let’s pray that he serves and represents UCF Youth Development well. Rachael Couch

Recognition by Others . . .


From Yvette Walker-Brown Sent: Mon, Apr 7, 2014 12:09 pm

Subject: Fwd: Re: Brandon J. Simms - Game Changer Essay

Good Morning Mr. Williams,

I'm Yvette Walker-Brown, Brandon Simms' mother. He forwarded your message below to me. First, I want to thank you for allowing Brandon the opportunity to participate in this year's Game Changer Conference. Brandon really enjoyed the experience and is more committed than ever to work on and improve his writing skills. He has been working on writing a book this year but has doubted himself through the process and stopped. Placing first in the essay contest really boosted his confidence and he has motivated him to begin writing again.

Thank you and your organization again for including Brandon this wonderfully important experience. Hopefully, next year my older son will be able to participate as well.

Regards, Yvette Walker-Brown


From: thabitinyc Sent: Mon, Sep 29, 2014 1:02 pm

Subject: Re: MU NU Chapter Represented at the Congressional Black Caucus Forum - Fatherhood: Impacting the Lives of Fathers, Men, and Young Boys

Thank you Brother Williams for your hard work and dedication to Omega and the lives of our young men.

You and your young men were certainly the highlight to another successful Omega Psi Phi Fatherhood Black Males Congressional Black Caucus Forum. We salute you, UCF, and Mu Nu Chapter Brotherhood for your leadership!!!

Great Pictures!!!

Brother Boone


Bro Game Changer,

Let me say for the time that I was there, from about 230-the end, the Conference was OUTSTANDING!!!!!!

I don't recall any event that hosted so many young black males in an environment like the Game Changers Conference. I can say job well done.

Congratulations to Soror Mona Williams and her husband for such an inspiring and successful event, "The Game Changer Conference for Young Males", which was held last Saturday at Montgomery College.

It was a joy for me to witness the event with over 500 young African-American male participants! What a job well-done! Keep up the good work!


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